Wrangle Up Some Technology and Rock and Roll those Milestones

June 5, 2017 by Heather Koren

Summer is upon us and so are vacation plans and continuing education opportunities. Join us at upcoming conferences this month where we will be showcasing our solutions and presenting educational sessions. It’s never too early to get a jump start on your summer learning. Whether you are looking for technology ideas or need to learn more about Autism, we have you covered.

Texas and Ohio are where technology is at this June!
Texas Assistive Technology Network

Texas – cowboy boots, rodeos, and assistive technology. Come visit our booth on June 13th and 14th at the Texas Assistive Technology Network (TATN) Statewide Conference. We will have all of our technology solutions on display in the vendor hall for hands-on experiences. So, if you are in the Houston area, come join the fun. The conference is still open for registration, so wrangle up some CEU’s, mosey on over to the exhibit hall, and lasso some great Texas barbecue.

Visit http://www.texasatconference.net for more information and to get registered.

Milestones Autism Technology Conference

Rock and Roll on over to Cleveland, Ohio on June 14th-16th where we will be set up at the Milestones Autism Spectrum Conference. Temple Grandin will be speaking the evening of June 14th but you can also get your picture taken with her and attend her book signing. Such a great inspiration and great opportunity!

Make sure to stop by our booth to see all of our technology solutions. Earn CEU’s with all the great sessions to choose from and join us on Friday, June 16th at 11:30 when we will present a session on Communication and the Curriculum: Use of Single and Multi-Message Devices for Effective Classroom Communication.

Visit http://milestones.org/conferences/ to learn more and register.

Come on out to either TATN or Milestones. Don’t forget to sneak in a rodeo or a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Heather Koren

Heather Koren believes that all individuals, no matter their abilities can accomplish goals and dreams with the right tools. She began her career as a speech-language pathology assistant for individuals with severe and profound disabilities. Later she worked for United Cerebral Palsy as an AT Specialist where she developed communication and vocational training programs. A move to North Carolina provided the opportunity to teach both undergraduate and graduate level assistive technology classes in the Special Education Department at East Carolina University. Heather holds a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Science and Technology from University of Pittsburgh.

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